We usually stay in one of the hotels but it was the Dartmouth alumni board weekend so no rooms were available at the last minute. I've always seen this B&B on the usual sites and we decided to try it. Not very far at all from Hanover (4 miles, 10 minutes) and 6 rooms available. We were treated very well and breakfast was great. Lots of room to work and study. The hiking was good as well - you can hit the Appalachian Trail pretty easily but make sure you know where you are going as I can imagine it'd be easy to get lost without a cell phone/map. Rooms vary so make sure you look at the detail - ours was very generous in size but a queen bed. Also, make sure you put your name/time down for breakfast the night before - we missed the sign up the night we got there. All in all, a very good experience.…
We booked this through Booking.Com which was a terrible mistake! After booking they contacted us asking if we wanted breakfast each day for an additional $19 per person which we declined. This was not accurate information which we later learned from our gracious host, Loyd. Lesson learned - no more Booking.com! We were upgraded to a large room with living area which was so nice after hiking for a week. It was as though we had our own apartment. The grounds were lovely and we enjoyed the outdoors there and on nearby trails. The proximity to Hanover and Dartmouth was something we enjoyed also. We highly recommend this location!
My wife and I wanted a place to stay in Hanover, NH following a performance of the Christmas Revels at the Dartmouth HOP. A year ago we stayed at the Hanover Inn for this show, and while that place was very nice we wanted something different this year. We selected The Trumbull House because it was a B&B, it was close enough to Dartmouth, and the price was right. We were not disappointed. The room was cozy and warm, the house was decorated for the holidays, breakfast was great, the owners were very nice, and their amazing dog was all smiles. Returning to this place after the show was wonderful.
We stayed in the Guest Cottage which was lovely. Our daughter decided to forgo the sofa bed and stayed on campus during our visit. Lloyd’s breakfast was great and he also accommodated a late arrival. The other guests all agreed over breakfast that Harvard would lose which they duly did at homecoming. We didn’t sit out and look over the pond or shoot hoops or sit in the lounge — there are plenty of restful things to do. In Trumbull we found it a great alternatives in Hanover.
This lovely home is located on 16 quiet acres with room to walk, hike, or just relax. The breakfasts are wonderful and offer a nice assortment of entrees along with fresh fruit, juice, pastry, and coffee. Lloyd is the perfect host - available, but not intrusive, and delightful to chat with. We would visit again, and again!